Pseudo Rebels

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Pseudo Rebels
 
Pseudo Rebels
 
DP3
07.9.09
19:11

A little over a month ago we posted our first pseudo video for our remix of the Kid Cudi song Da and Night. Currently, with a few others in the You Tube community who have re-posted us, we have been able to top 10,000 views. I know by YT standards that’s nothing special but considering this is our first posting out of the gate we’re pretty excited. Thanks to everyone who’s helped get the video this far and please continue help push our page’s posting of the video to 10,000 and beyond.
And keep your eyes out for the release of our upcoming album Shut Up and Party!

DP3
07.8.09
21:24

For the last 48 hours Michael Jackson’s Do You Remember the Time has been firmly stuck in my head. Oddly enough I don’t actually think I’d heard the song in over a year, even though it is entirely possible that it may have been slipped into any of the multiple montages of Jackson’s music that have bombarded the radio and television ever since his passing. The fact that I couldn’t shake this song, along with the staggering estimation that over a billion people world wide viewed his memorial service on television got me thinking about the impact that this man has had.

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DP3
07.6.09
21:18

Cuz they’re awesome that’s why! Please check out our good friends in Centrevol and let us know what you think.

bnyce
07.3.09
8:31

Total Eclipse of the Heart: Literal Video Version

….Just to add to Dp3’s post “The Art of the Cover Song” I just found this today. Brilliant!

DP3
07.1.09
21:33

I’m going to be honest with ya, I’m not a fan of movie remakes. I mean there are plenty of examples of good prequels or sequels but when you take a movie that was already made and then remake it, well it just seems tired. So why is it, that when it comes to songs, I love covers so much? I mean I really, really love a good cover and there’s a ton of examples. So here’s a quick look at some of my all time favorite covers.

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